Compounding Perplexity

Not compounding. That’s my problem with this daily writing thing. I learned it all about what pushes me to write, how I do it, when I do it and why I do it. And the problem is always the same. I do the minimum possible to check the box for the day. Meaning: the minimum possible in thinking. That’s what I am doing here. Trying to think as little as possible. Isn’t that the worst outcome I would desire from this challenge? If writing is thinking then this is not even writing. This is filling blank spaces. This is wasting pixels. A useless use of electricity. I am pretty sure I will hit the mark. I will write and publish one article every day for 365 days in a row, and then? Then what? What will be the value of reading, for instance, an article like this?

Senior Experience Designer. 25 years designing, developing, writing, speaking, facilitating and teaching.

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